Artist Jason Mecier creates insanely detailed portraits of celebrities using trash, candy, and other items, crafting sculptural celebrations as beautiful as they are outrageous. Here is Amy Sedaris assembled from her own trash, David Bowie made out of cosmetics and feathers, Snoop Dogg sculpted out of weed, Justin Timberlake and
Did you make a resolution to be more creative in 2019? Start the year off right by attending an arts-related event that you wouldn’t normally go to, even if that event happens to be a party! From DIY taxidermy to shibari (yes, the bondage practice), the Bay Area continues to
This book is a collection of 73 pen drawings made between 2007 and 2018. It includes drawings of historic, local, and iconic San Francisco landmarks and neighborhoods, as well as portraits, interiors, and surrealist miscelania. 11”x11,” 80 B+W pages, perfect bound. You can also purchase the book here
Once you enter the pink world of Portia Munson at Bedford Gallery, you might get lost in it. “Her Room/Her World” is the artist’s first solo show on the West Coast, and consists of thousands of discarded pink objects. The great majority of these products were originally created for and marketed
Yasumasa Morimura may be Japan’s most well-known appropriation artist. He’s reimagined some of the best-known images in the world. Morimura has painted himself into iconic pieces of art and superimposes himself into historical photographs. His aim has been to push racial, ethnic and gender boundaries in his conservative Japan and
Storied: San Francisco presents Two Storied Nights—paintings, photographs, drinks, and a DJ/ballet act on Friday and spoken-word art and music on Saturday. Community and expression sum up what Storied: San Francisco is all about. We’re celebrating both with some of our favorite artists in the city and Bay Area. Browse
If you live in the Bay, you know as well as I do that the Oakland art scene is dope. Oakland is famously creative, diverse and hungry, it’s got a rebel soul, a musical heart, and activist arms. Last summer, following the incredible success of Black Panther directed by Oakland
We’ve reached an interesting juncture in history where visual art and social media are making sweet sweet love to each other and creating very shareable babies.